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incidentalcomics: “ Fahrenheit 351 (After Ray Bradbury) ”

Funny: Fahrenheit 351 (comic) -- Here it is: a new comic from Grant Snider (Incidental Comics).

Sketched map of Europe during World War I, by Louis Raemaekers

Satirical map of WWI Europe: "Het Gekkenhuis (Oud Liedje, Nieuwe Wijs)" or "The Insane Asylum (Old Song, Newly Wise)" by Louis Raemaekers, Amsterdam, 1915

Farenheit 451. Ray Bradbury.   One of the scariest, yet most fantastic books I've ever read. He was a visionary.

Are the Novel's Days Numbered?

In Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury envisioned a future where society had abandoned literature in favor of watching their screens. According to writer Philip Roth, we're getting closer to that future, and in 25 years, hardly anyone will be reading novels.

Fahrenheit 451, Our Country, Cyberpunk, Apocalypse

Incidental Comics: The Book of the Future - Grant Snider

The book of the future: Cartoonist Grant Snider makes an amusing commentary and prediction about the future of iPads, Kindles, Nooks and their ilk.

Quarter-Life Crisis Books to Give Your Friends

The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing

A Reading Guide For Surviving Your Quarter-Life Crisis. I don't read but if I'm in a life crisis.

Fahrenheit 451-[1920X1200]

oh yeah...how many people do you know that could use this?!

'It keeps me from looking at my phone every two seconds.' - New Yorker Cartoon Poster Print by Liam Walsh at the Condé Nast Collection